The owners of this Laurel Hollow home must love wood: during an extensive renovation, they had the wood floors hand scraped. They hired architect Oliver Cope to add custom millwork throughout the home as well as a barrel ceiling to the master bedroom.
Built in 1932, the 7-bedroom Colonial-style brick house has five full baths and three half baths along with three fireplaces. It is listed at $9.5 million.
Sitting on 7.75 acres, the home has lush gardens that lead to a poolhouse in the Georgian style with columns and domed ceiling. "It's an old home restored meticulously like nothing I've ever seen," said listing agent Laura Zambratto of Daniel Gale Sotheby's
International Realty. "The owners have an incredible eye for detail."